Saturday, June 15, 2019
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No Stone Unturned
by Pam Lecky
Publication Date: June 28, 2019
eBook; 286 Pages
Series: The Lucy Lawrence Mysteries, Book 1
Genre: Historical Mystery
A suspicious death, stolen gems, and an unclaimed reward: who will be the victor in a deadly game of cat and mouse?
London October 1886: Trapped in a troubled marriage, Lucy Lawrence is ripe for an adventure. But when she meets the enigmatic Phineas Stone, over the body of her husband in the mortuary, her world begins to fall apart.
When her late husband’s secrets spill from the grave, and her life is threatened by the leader of London’s most notorious gang, Lucy must find the strength to rise to the challenge. But who can she trust and how is she to stay out of the murderous clutches of London’s most dangerous criminal?
About the Author
Pam is an Irish writer of historical fiction with a particular love of the late Victorian era and early 20th century. She is fascinated by all things 19th century, from food and clothes to architecture and social history. She is patiently awaiting the invention of time travel, but in the meantime, indulges her love of the past by writing about it.
Her debut novel, The Bowes Inheritance, was awarded the BRAG Medallion in 2017. It was shortlisted for the Carousel Aware Prize 2016; made ‘Editor’s Choice’ by the Historical Novel Society; long-listed for the Historical Novel Society 2016 Indie Award; and chosen as a Discovered Diamond in February 2017.
In April 2018, Pam published an anthology of some previously published short reads, along with some new work. Her collection of short stories is entitled, Past Imperfect, and features stories set in such diverse settings as WW1 Dublin, the sinking of the Lusitania and a lonely haunted lighthouse.
Blog Tour Schedule
Monday, August 5
Review & Interview at Passages to the Past
Tuesday, August 6
Review at Books In Their Natural Habitat
Thursday, August 8
Review & Guest Post at Gwendalyn_Books_
Friday, August 9
Review at Bibliophile Reviews
Sunday, August 11
Review at Historical Fiction with Spirit